Engineering Services

Designing For Your Applications

Each application poses a unique challenge. Most often, we are looking at how to apply our ‘Reaction Stand’ principles to each situation. Whether we are creating reaction tooling for wind turbines, helicopter rotors or airplane engines, we need to insure that an operator can safely apply torque without damaging critical items on the aircraft or structure.

Each application is unique. This is where we bring in the expertise of our design engineering staff.

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Designing For Your Applications

Each application poses a unique challenge. Most often, we are looking at how to apply our ‘Reaction Stand’ principles to each situation. Whether we are creating reaction tooling for wind turbines, helicopter rotors or airplane engines, we need to insure that an operator can safely apply torque without damaging critical items on the aircraft or structure.

Each application is unique. This is where we bring in the expertise of our design engineering staff.

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Design and Engineering

Motor Drive

Analyze, Trouble Shoot, Refine & Design

Design & Engineering With complete internal Design & Engineering capabilities ATP can develop tooling to meet the specific needs of your application. Our design staff is heavily focused in development for the aerospace industry and has complete knowledge of all torque related factors that would impact your project. Our consultative services range from application analysis and trouble shooting to torquing processes and custom design.

Finite Element Analysis (FEA)

FEA Stress Analysis

Validate Tooling Strength and Capacity

Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is essential in every design we produce. It grants us the ability to simulate how a product will react to external loads and allows us to calculate component displacements, strains, and stresses under assumed conditions. This critical information can be used to validate and optimize design criteria before moving to the production stage. ATP embraces this methodology in its design process in an effort to reduce the need for costly prototypes, mitigate rework, and reduce overall time in development.

3D Modeling and Prototypes

Custom Kits

100% Scale Test Fit Model

As part of ATP’s Design & Engineering Process, we also have internal 3D printing capabilities to produce scale models prior to production. Depending on the nature and need of your design, we will print 3D models for application to be sent to your facility to confirm fit and proof-of-concept prior to the production of your prototype.

Manufacturing

Custom Kits

Manufactured Full Capability Prototype

ATP will manufacture a completed prototype, which will represent the actual finished product. As part of the prototype process, along with the custom elements manufactured for you, ATP supplies a Digital Torque Multiplier and all stock elements as a loaner to perform testing.

Designing For Your Application

Designing Your AeroTorque Tooling

We make the design process easy. We minimize your effort in the tooling design process. When it comes to adapting one of our AeroTorque multipliers to your application, we collect the following information from you. After that, we own the complete development process until you are 100% satisfied with the final product.

Available ServicesAeroTorque Reaction Tooling
Tooling Design100% of the financial burden
Rapid Prototypingincluding design & engineering,
Data AnalysisFEA, 3D printed model, production
Custom Manufacturingof a working prototype.

Tooling Measurement Instructions

Simply touch the numbers within the diagram or numbered list for more details.

Tooling Measurement Instructions

Simply hover over the numbers within the diagram or numbered list and click on the highlighted item for more details.

Tooling Measurement Instructions
Drive Length Drive Engagement Length Application Drive/Socket Size Reaction Hole Spacing Reaction Hole Diameter Reaction Hole Depth

Drive Length

Measure from the top of your reaction tooling to the bottom of the drive or stabilizing fixture.

Drive Engagement Length

Measure the top of the drive or stabilizing fixture to the bottom.

Application Drive/Socket Size

Measure the width of drive or stabilizing fixture.

Reaction Hole Spacing

Measure the centerline between your reaction holes.

Reaction Hole Diameter

Measure the diameter of your reaction holes.

Reaction Hole Depth

Measure how deep your reaction holes are.

Tooling Measurement Instructions
Drive Length Drive Engagement Length Application Drive/Socket Size Reaction Hole Spacing Reaction Hole Diameter Reaction Hole Depth

Drive Length

Measure from the top of your reaction tooling to the bottom of the drive or stabilizing fixture.

Drive Engagement Length

Measure the top of the drive or stabilizing fixture to the bottom.

Application Drive/Socket Size

Measure the width of drive or stabilizing fixture.

Reaction Hole Spacing

Measure the centerline between your reaction holes.

Reaction Hole Diameter

Measure the diameter of your reaction holes.

Reaction Hole Depth

Measure how deep your reaction holes are.

Testimonial - Wrench Series Owned: ATP750

“It took me less than 5 minutes to install the torque multiplier and torque the
main rotor hub nut on an Enstrom; it was so simple that I had to take a minute to verify that I had actually completed the procedure.”

Enstrom Helicopter Corp. – Director of Product Support –

 

Testimonial - Wrench Series Owned: ATP16000

“Any time we use this tool it saves us days in down time and prevents damage to parts and equipment. We send this tool around the world to remove difficult rotor head nuts and it works every time.”

Boeing - Field Service Representative –

 

Testimonial - Wrench Series Owned: ATP2000

“This tool is robust, compact, light-weight and extremely user friendly. We save an average of 2 man hours with each use while torquing helicopter critical components and hardware.”

Kern County Sheriff Office – DOM / Supervisor –

Testimonial - Wrench Series Owned: ATP3000

“My mechanics much prefer using ATP Digital Torque Multipliers. They are much easier to use and offer a significant weight and time savings.”

Transport Canada – Chief, Rotary Wing Maintenance and Mechanical Workshops –

Testimonial - Wrench Series Owned: ATP2000

“This product is great and easy to use. The weight makes it more maneuverable when placing on a rotor head. It is very accurate.”

Mercy Flight Inc – Director of Maintenance –

Testimonial - Wrench Series Owned: ATP3001 and 212 Reaction

“This equipment is a vast improvement in precision, ease of use, and safe operation for maintenance staff. This equipment is a must use to improve maintenance operations.”

Salt River Project – Chief of Aviation Maintenance –

U.S. Patent Nos. 8,434,389 and 8,991,284

European Patent No. 2396147

Canadian Patent No. 2,752,088

Japanese Patent No. 5699338

U.S. Patent Nos. 8,434,389 and 8,991,284

European Patent No. 2396147

Canadian Patent No. 2,752,088

Japanese Patent No. 5699338